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BayCLIC Workshop: Climate Solutions and Environmental Justice - Shared screen with speaker view
Kevin Anderson
11:46
Good morning, Kevin Anderson (he/him/his) with Daily Acts based out of Petaluma
Lupe Casco (she/hers)
12:07
Good morning everyone, this is Lupe Casco calling in from Southern Pomo territory (in Santa Rosa). Representing LandPaths
Laura Castellini
13:05
Good morning! If you're just joining go ahead and introduce yourself in the chat
Laura Castellini
13:34
Here is the link that Adam is using: https://native-land.ca/
Erin Blackwood, Outreach Coordinator
13:48
Good morning, Erin Blackwood (she/her) from Yelamu Ohlone land, with the Estuary & Ocean Science Center, San Francisco State University
Will Elder
14:23
Will Elder from Bay Miwok land
Kieron Slaughter
14:29
Ohlone
Laura Herszenhorn (she/her), CalAcademy
14:29
Calling in from Ramaytush Ohlone land
Maia Kolbeck
14:33
I’m broadcasting from Ohlone land, and my organization is situated on the boarder between Miwok and Yokut land.
Annie Kohut Frankel (she/her)
14:37
Ohlone Chochenyo land
Maia Kolbeck
14:42
Border*
Kate O'Donnell (she/her)
14:45
Coming from Oakland/Emeryville, on Chochenyo Ohlone land, but my organization is on Ramaytush Ohlone land
Jahnine
14:47
Good Day! THis is Jahnine, from the California Academy of Sciences, honoring the Coastal Miwok and Pomo
gabi dunn, she/her
14:54
gabi Dunn videoing in from Ramaytush Ohlone land
Wesley Tam (he/him)
14:55
Currently sitting and residing on Chochenyo Ohlone land in Berkeley, CA
Colleen Noland (she/her)
15:25
My organization is located in Bay Miwok and Yokut land
Jessica_Redden_Local
15:26
Hi, I am Jessica Redden from Strategic Energy Innovations. Today I am going from Cost Miwok land today.
Victoria
16:00
Coming from Redlined Land, Ohlone Land and also benefiting from Stolen Labor
Holly Hewes
17:12
Holly from the Lindsay Wildlife Experience, on Miwok land
Rebecca Au
17:24
I am hopeful that youth are becoming more involved. The work in Europe with Fridays for FUture!!!
Kate O'Donnell (she/her)
17:30
the next generation
Victoria
17:34
Green, Open, and Clean Future
Will Elder
17:40
California is continuing to lead in climate change action.
Annika - Drive Clean Bay Area
17:42
I’m hopeful that we’re seeing some policy around fossil fuel reduction.
Laura Castellini
17:43
All the news coming out about how renewables are becoming the cheapest form of energy
Colleen Noland (she/her)
17:45
Hearing ideas from young people in our organization is giving me hope
Kate O'Donnell (she/her)
17:45
(and how fired up they are)
Erin Blackwood, Outreach Coordinator
17:49
The energy and initiative of youth inspiring us olds!
Kieron Slaughter
17:54
That Climate Change is part of the national discussion and Cities are taking bold steps to reduce VMT's
Jahnine
18:08
Our organization focusing more on collaborations throughout the community aimed at regeneration
Jessica_Redden_Local
18:16
The growth of climate change education standards across the nation.
Lupe Casco (she/hers)
18:16
A rise in indigenous youth leaders who are speaking up and taking the lead
Wesley Tam (he/him)
18:20
championing a Green New Deal at local/regional/federal levels
Holly Hewes
18:20
How concern about climate change is being normalized
Kendall Eldredge (she/her)
18:24
Awareness spreading through younger generations and actions being made. Use of "climate change" over "global warming".
Kevin Anderson
19:00
Visualizing and communicating how much better the future can be, will be
Lupe Casco (she/hers)
29:51
She is still going with the Dolores Huerta Foundation!! Yasss!!!!
Laura Castellini
30:20
And there is a new movie about her: https://www.doloresthemovie.com/
Maisha House Asemota
36:54
Will we get a copy of the presentation?
Adam Ratner
37:29
I will share a link for that webinar in the recap of this session, along with a recording of the session
Kevin Anderson (he/him)
37:39
Perrrrfect, thanks Adam!
Kate O'Donnell (she/her)
38:51
Thank you Gabi!
Laura Castellini
38:56
Thanks Gabi! That was very eloquent
Colleen Noland (she/her)
38:56
Thank you Gabi!
Rebecca Au
38:59
You are awesome Gabi!!!!!!
Kevin Anderson (he/him)
39:03
Gabi, you did marvelously!
Annie Kohut Frankel (she/her)
39:15
Thank you!
Lupe Casco (she/hers)
39:22
Great job Gabi! Love it!
Kendall Eldredge (she/her)
40:07
Awesome presentation, Gabi!
Maisha House Asemota
40:19
Thanks Gabi!
Kieron Slaughter
40:52
Great job Gabi!
gabi dunn, she/her
43:50
Thank you, I appreciate you all!
Kate O'Donnell (she/her)
01:00:03
Thank you Kieron!!
Maia Kolbeck
01:00:23
Thank you so much for your work and your insights, Gabi and Kieron. I unfortunately have to leave. See everyone at the next meeting!
Kevin Anderson (he/him)
01:00:51
Very inspirational Kieron
gabi dunn, she/her
01:01:23
Thanks Kieron -- such an inspiring project, gives me so much hope!
Colleen Noland (she/her)
01:02:18
It’s very encouraging to hear about collaboration with community based organizations so residents are excited and aware. Thanks Kieron!
Laura Castellini
01:11:14
I'm stealing that phrase "red carpet for gentrification"
Kieron Slaughter
01:12:38
A shout out to Tom Leatherman/Superintendent of RORI, JOMU for his support on this project
Adam Ratner
01:13:41
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1prBlzs4plMj5SJ6MXMFxSv4ENymauqPfqxsDHWNpKIM/edit#gid=0
Colleen Noland (she/her)
01:39:28
Thank you everyone for your time and insights. And thank Adam for moderating!
Jahnine
01:40:22
Many thanks to all of you, including Adam for helping us begin this work
Jessica Redden (she/her)
01:40:23
Thank you for facilitating Adam! Your leadership is greatly appreciated.
Laura Gill
01:40:25
Thank you so much!
Kate O'Donnell (she/her)
01:40:32
thank you all!!